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Viewing all posts found for user dleslie
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Posted on: 4:37:44 PM 11/16/2007

So basically change the blade size and this problem will be resolved. Otherwise expect alot of staring because she's
going to look like anything but a cocker. Do you think I should discuss this now with the groomer or just wait for her next appt...

Posted on: 10:11:00 AM 11/16/2007

My 2 year old cocker spaniel sudden;y became completely lethargic. and I rushed her to the vet thinking the worst.
He found a burn on the front of her neck t...

Posted on: 5:03:06 PM 7/3/2007

I have an english mastiff, a pittbull, and a cocker.
My money's on the Cocker.
Pitts are not normally agressive to humans. But my cocker will tear you up!!

Posted on: 4:51:55 PM 7/3/2007

I found my mastiff on the internet. He is almost 3 now, perfectly healthy and very smart. I would have never found him if not for the internet. My breeder offered refere...

Posted on: 4:40:55 PM 7/3/2007

Please remember when you buy that cute little puppy in the window, you're supporting puppymills. Buy from a reputable breeder, or visit your local shelter and save a life.

Posted on: 4:29:47 PM 7/3/2007

The best dog we ever had was a stray we took in. Thank goodness this special girl is going to get a forever home.

Posted on: 12:03:36 PM 7/3/2007

I have a cocker that had to have laser surgery to clear up the tearing. It is common in alot of breeds to be born with an extra tear duct.

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